Many homeowners struggle when deciding on the best time of year to renovate, remodel, or start a construction project. The right time is different for everyone, but there’s no question that summertime is the ideal season to get your projects done. Read this blog to learn why, and get some inspiration to start your project
Many homeowners love spending time in the yard, on the deck, or out on the patio during the summertime. As the kids are out of school, and schedules start to slow down, it’s a relaxing time of year when the whole family can be present, at home, spending time together. When you’re spending time
Nice weather allows us to work on the home in ways we can’t during the offseason. We can finally get started on those exterior home repairs we’ve been putting off, and we can tend to all of those restorations that are weather dependent. With nice, springtime weather, sunshine, and warm temperatures, you can complete these
As it’s now 2019, many homeowners have made New Year’s Resolutions for this year that surround the home. These are important types of resolutions, as the home requires work throughout the year to ensure safety and longevity. Everyone has all different types of home resolutions, or goals to complete come the new year. But within
Are you frustrated with your current property? This could mean you don’t have enough time on your hands, you need assistance in prioritizing, or you simply don’t know how to tackle small repairs before they become expensive projects. You’ll be happy to know that WORKS by JD offers professional and individualized property management to combat
There’s an app for that…and “that” includes matching paint colors. However, the match you see on your mobile phone and in the store might not hold up once you return home: lighting, furnishings, trim and accessories like window treatments and...
Our job at WORKS is to create the renovation or addition that you, the homeowner, has dreamed about. We know costs are important, and we strive to keep them in line throughout the project. But before we even lift a hammer or plumb a line, you...